Silly, not stupid

I have decided the word stupid as a descriptor is, well, stupid.

It doesn’t sound right.

And my managers are no longer listening when I say something is stupid.

See the new day shift “charge” layer that overlaps with my shift by 2 hours.

But that is a story for another day.

I am transitioning to using the word silly instead.

And it means the same as when I use the word stupid.

It means the idea is laughable.

It means the idea is absurd.

In fact if the word silly doesn’t make my point, I will start to use the word absurd.

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